Miles' diversity as a producer is not just purely in the country bag. His work with pop, rock, jazz, rockabilly and folk
have all culminated in giving him the ability to know what complements a song in
bringing the best out on record. His unique sonic ability, musical background
and technical know-how help bring the music and the artist to the forefront.
As a record producer, Miles has co-produced and engineered Hugh Moffatt's 1989 "Troubadour" album for Rounder/Philo Records and produced Mark Koenig's The
Lonesome Kind" album for MCA/Canada in 1991.
Miles' long-standing relationship
with singer/songwriter Guy Clark has truly brought him into the forefront of
contemporary country music. Miles co-produced and engineered Guy's "Old Friends"
album for Sugar Hill. which was nominated for a Grammy in the Contemporary Folk
category in 1989.
Because of "Old Friends", Elektra/Asylum Records signed Guy to
a multi-album deal that resulted in the critically acclaimed records "Boats To
Build" and "Dublin Blues", which were co-produced and engineered by Miles.